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Stephen Barneby (#47157980)
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Bio Photo I have been working on my family genealogy for several years now. It's a fascinating hobby that really gets its hooks into you.

I am retired from both the Army and the Foreign Service, currently living in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
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Everett Baranowski
RE: William Harrison
You're so very welcome! Remember that the possibility still exists that he could be there, but just in an unmarked grave. Don't give up on the search! Hope you find your man! :-) ~Everett
Added by Everett Baranowski on Nov 25, 2014 10:06 PM
sue
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Steve,
If you give me an email address I will send it to you.
Added by sue on Nov 25, 2014 7:14 AM
John Quiring
Nancy McFarland
Hi. I am posting another photo of this marker. The top of the marker is missing and the bottom is either missing or it is encased in cement below ground level. It seems that the date of death is missing or below ground level. There is no other portion of this marker nearby. Sorry.
Added by John Quiring on Nov 06, 2014 7:55 PM
Marilyn Pederson
Hannah "Anna" (Emory) Collins
I have only this:

Source; Ledger written by Luman Jones Collins, started to establish the identity of heirs to the "David Sutton estate" dated 16 April 1888, Decatur, Illinois, handed down to my cousin Alexis Collins and in turn given to me, Marilyn Pederson.

Benjamin Collins, b. March 3,1787 Va. d.Feb 16 1871, married Hanna Emery, b. Jun 5, 1787, d. Iowa, he buried Illinois, she buried Iowa

The rest I got from census reports. I have no proof she is buried in the same Cemetery as her son Benjamin, I got that off of ancestry.com I contacted the person with that information, so far no response, I will leave her memorial there until I find out differently. Thanks for your interest, are you related to the Collins or Emory? Marilyn
Added by Marilyn Pederson on Oct 28, 2014 7:24 AM
Ned
RE: Mary Grauer Chapman
I think that conclusion comes from 1900 census, which indicates both Adam and Emily married 43 years. Correct for Adam, but not for Emily.

Adam married in 1857. The 1860 Census shows Adam, wife Mary and (son) William D. Daughter Mary (Chapman) was born June 1860, after the census.

If the photo in her Findagrave memorial had higher resolution, you would be able to see that on the inscription.
"Mary E.; wife of Adam J. Grauer, Born Apr. 30, 1839; Died Sept. 12, 1861"

According to a marriage certificate and a family bible (which I have seen and transcribed), Adam and Emily were married 29 September 1962. I have recently been unable to locate the current current whereabouts of those artifacts.

Most later documents (census, obits, etc.) tend to support (or at least, not refute) that Mary Chapman was Emily's daughter. But she was actually a step-daughter.

Regards,
Ned
Added by Ned on Oct 22, 2014 8:57 AM
Ann-Marie
RE: Laura Phillips
You're welcome! I'm currently working on scanning the map of the Wacousta Cemetery if you're interested. It has a lot of names on it, but I think some are left out since many of the older headstones are illegible. I'll upload it on the Wacousta Cemetery page when I'm finished.
Added by Ann-Marie on Oct 21, 2014 8:43 AM
DTQuester
RE: Adelia Gorsline Bement
We have a question for you-there is a Loues who died at age 15yrs and we could not read his last name on the marker, but he is buried between Grosline and Mathews. We put Mathews as last name, but wondered if you have anything for a Grosline child?

Thanks, just thought we would ask just in case.

DT Questers
Added by DTQuester on Oct 20, 2014 1:38 PM
DTQuester
RE: Adelia Gorsline Bement
It was part of the chase of the whole cemetery. That cemetery is so old and the markers are such a mess, that it is a wonder any of them are readable anymore. She may have had a marker-many did not and there is no orginal cemetery records.

DT Questers
Added by DTQuester on Oct 19, 2014 4:19 PM
DTQuester
RE: David H. Gorsline
You are welcome. We have been rephotographing Cabot cemetery as many of the markers were unreadable the first time around, but we have learned a couple of tricks to make them more clear. We are going out next week to finish it up, so state tune for more updates. Got any other markers you are looking for?

DT Questers
Added by DTQuester on Oct 01, 2014 7:50 PM
RachelF
RE: Anson Paige
Yes, please feel free to use the photo.
Added by RachelF on Sep 14, 2014 7:19 PM
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